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Tanzanian Police Officers Ask For Permission To Use Force On Protesters

The conflict between protesters and Tanzanian police officers surprisingly turned into an amazing business after the police decided to ask for permission from protesters to use force on them.

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The amazing part captured on a camera shows the Tanzanian police officers raising a banner kindly informing the demonstrators to leave in peace or they will be compelled to disperse them forcefully if they insist.

The banner raised by the riot police officers read’“Ilani, watu wote mliokusanyika hapa munaamriwa na serekali ya Jamhuri ya muungano wa Tanzania kutawanyika haraka kwa Amani, la sivyo tutatumia nguvu.”

The demonstrators demanded for the release of the Tanzanian Airbus 220-300 which was seized in the republic of South Africa on Friday,according to Nairobi News.

On Friday, authorities in South Africa seized Air Tanzanian aircraft at Oliver Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg over the pending reimbursement claim, which was filed by a retired South African agronomist against the government of Tanzania.

The protesters were seen raising up banners while shouting saying,’ South Africans should remember that we as Tanzanian people we supported you with the little we had in your struggle against apartheid, but now here you are, betraying us.

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